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136° the club (136Grad)

Night Clubs & Lounges
Majority of guests: gays/men
Very popular venue 136° the club (136Grad)
 (Branch of business: Night Clubs & Lounges)
Address Reeperbahn 136
20359 Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany
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136° the club (136Grad)

  136° the club (136Grad)
Address Reeperbahn 136
20359 Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany
Languages of the website: German

Operating Hours & Travel Connections
Operating hours:
Saturday:11:00 p.m. - 07:00 a.m. 

Entrance rate (including minimum consumption): 8 €
Travel connections: Urban railway station

  Majority or all guests are gay (men)
 Mixed ages

Food & Drink
  Bar with extensive range of drinks

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